European Travel and the Coronavirus
From: Germany's ICE Trains
An ICE train of the German Federal Railways leaves Cologne's Hauptbahnhof.
Another Intercity-Express prepares to cross the Hohenzollern railroad and pedestrian bridge in Cologne.
A multi-unit ICE 3 train crosses the Lahntal Bridge north of Frankfurt am Main.
An ICE 3 train delivers passengers to the terminals at Frankfurt International Airport.
A family boards an ICE train with help from a conductor.
In first class, open coaches have 1 + 2 seating.
Second-class seating is 2 + 2. Note the coat closet on the left side of the aisle.
Some ICE trains have , while others offer more casual . You can also drink, snack, or (in first class) have a meal served at your seat.
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